Carmen

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Carmen

throws over lover for another. [Fr. Lit.: Carmen; Fr. Opera: Bizet, Carmen, Westerman, 189–190]

Carmen

the cards repeatedly spell her death. [Fr. Opera: Bizet, Carmen, Westerman, 189–190]
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The baritone is equally at ease on the operatic stage, having tackled roles such as Dandini in La Cenerentola and Don Profondo in Il viaggio a Reims by Rossini, Escamillo in Bizet's Carmen, Dr.
Do you still plan to dance both Don Jose and Escamillo during this fall's run of Carmen?
Don Jos comes in, sees them together and, consumed with jealousy, fights Escamillo.
Aleksandrs Antonenko sings the obsessed soldier Don Jose, soprano Anita Hartig is Micaela, and Ildar Abdrazakov is the toreador Escamillo, led by Spanish conductor Pablo Heras-Casado .
Suffice to say that by the end of the piece the bull had been vanquished by Liarmakopoulos's Escamillo and Daellenbach added his contributions to the final "March of the Toreadors'' lying prostrate on the floor.
Oozing machismo from every pore, Morgan Smith surged onstage amid a bevy of female admirers as Escamillo, though he was not all bluster and bravado.
They also threw into sharp relief Alessandra Volpe's earthy, fiercely physical Carmen - sung in a thick, dark, low-lying mezzo, with a sense of drama that occasionally affected her intonation - and Simon Thorpe's imposing but vocally underpowered Escamillo, not always heard to best advantage over conductor James Southall's headstrong orchestra.
Mezzosoprano Alessandra Volpe will sing the title role of Carmen, with Peter Wedd singing the role of Don Jose, and Kostas Smoriginas singing Escamillo.
Amy Freston as Frasquita and Emma Carrington as Mercedes, provide some much-needed verve, while Kostas Smoriginas sang a rather elegant Escamillo, surviving a dreadful outfit.
Amy Freston as Frasquita and Emma Carrington as Mercedes, provide some much needed verve, while Kostas Smoriginas sang a rather elegant Escamillo, surviving a dreadful outfit.
Terence den Dulk - who has been a regular performer at these Town Hall operas - brought his accustomed swagger and charisma to the role of the bull fighter Escamillo, while Franco Kong brought basso profundity and looming stage presence to the police chief Zuniga.
The young Spanish tenor Jorge De Leon, the rising star of Opera, will be Don Jose and Franck Ferrari will be Escamillo.